Leah Golder discusses the reality of book banning and censorship.
Sarah Mckie examines spirituality’s recent resurgence
Florence tackles the torn identity she feels between her success as an artist, and a woman wanting to start a family in her new song King.
Georgia Austin discusses the exclusion of Netflix original films from the Cannes Film Festival
‘Public Domain Day’, otherwise known as New Year’s Day , marks the expired copyright on texts entering the public domain. A. A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh, Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises and Agatha Christie’s The Murder of Roger Ackroyd to name a few released in 2022. The significance of giving way to creative licence can be seen in the development since The Great Gatsby’s release in the US in 2021, with 34 new print editions published in the past year and the development of a television adaptation by Michael Hirst.
By Luise Werner (Link to this picture available here) I interviewed a fifth year medical student who has been writing articles and short stories for some time and recently wrote two plays […]
It is by no means uncommon that famous people get the chance to write books about themselves and their life stories. However, have you ever heard of a celebrity autobiography that was ghost-written entirely without the knowledge of the nominal author?
If I could recite a list of celebs-turned-children’s-authors, we would be here all day. From actress Julianne Moore, to footballer Frank Lampard, there are no limits as to who can give it a go. But what are the downfalls of this? And is it always ethical?
By Luise Werner Source of puzzle picture Between the UK and Germany You might say Germans just don’t have any humour. I’m saying we draw an invisible, hard-to-define line where funny stops […]
Growing up, I didn’t come across any LGBTQ+ representation in literature until I was fourteen years old. However, in the present age of ‘BookTok’, young adult fiction is changing for the better.